Valorant: Best Team Comps [2550+ Hours Experience]

I have played Valorant for more than 2500+ Hours since it has released.

The team comps play a huge role in securing a victory. With many agents to choose from and unique abilities, finding the perfect Valorant team composition can be challenging. Players can choose from aggressive push comps to defensive setups, explore different options, and find the right comp that matches their playstyle.

Key Takeaways
  • Winning in Valorant requires not only individual skills but also a well-designed team composition.
  • The attacking team consists of the best Valorant agents like Phoenix, Raze, and Brimstone for pushing and area control.
  • Defending team comps typically include agents like Viper, Sage, and Chamber for area control and support.
  • The advantage of using the Best Team Comps Valorant is that players can easily secure victories without focusing that much on mechanical skills.
  • The disadvantage of the best comps is that Riot Games is always releasing new patches, which brings chances to agents, resulting in nerfs of the best comps.

Best Valorant Team Comps

Best Valorant Team
Best Valorant Team [image credits – eXputer]
There are twenty-four agents in Valorant, each having different abilities. Each team consists of five agents, which means players can experiment with a great number of setups and stick to whatever suits them the best. Here are some of the best Valorant team comps for defending and attacking sides. You can stick to whichever suits you the best or modify some of the setups to get the best results.

Important: There is no restriction for any agent in a team comp. The performance of a Valorant team comp purely depends on player skill, communication with other players, and effective knowledge of the agent you are playing.

How To Design the Best Team Comp In Valorant?

How To Design Team Comp
How To Design Team Comp [image credits – eXputer]
Below, I have mentioned some tips based on my Valorant experience that are necessary for designing a team comp:

  1. Understand the Map: Familiarize yourself with the map’s features and adjust your agent selection accordingly.
  2. Balance Roles: Ensure a mix of Duelists, Initiators, Controllers, and Sentinels for a well-rounded team.
  3. Synergy: Choose agents whose abilities complement your team’s playstyle and create a cohesive strategy.
  4. Map-Specific Selection: Customize your comp based on the map’s characteristics and agent abilities that capitalize on them.
  5. Flexibility: Be prepared to adapt during matches to counter the opponent’s strategies.
  6. Practice and Coordination: Regularly practice with your team, develop callouts, and coordinate effectively.
  7. Counter-Picking: Consider counter-picking to disrupt the opponent’s strategies in competitive matches.
  8. Communication: Effective communication is crucial for executing strategies and coordinating agent abilities.
  9. Evaluate and Adapt: Continuously assess your team comp’s effectiveness and make adjustments as needed.
  10. Stay Informed: Keep up with patch notes and agent updates that may impact your team composition

For Attacking Side

Team Comp for Attacking Side
Team Comp for Attacking Side [image credits – eXputer]
The attacking side in Valorant aims to plant the Spike. They can also win by eliminating all members of the defending team before planting the Spike. So, while building an offensive team, players must consider having at least two duelists, one sentinel, one controller, of course, and an initiator.

To choose an attacking team comp, you need to select agents with abilities that complement your playing style and have aggressive abilities. Phoenix, Raze, and Jett are some of the most aggressive agents in the game. So, for an attacking side, you might need to add one of these agents to your team.

For Defending Side

Team Comp for Defending Side
Team Comp for Defending Side [image credits – eXputer]
Defenders in Valorant aim to stop attackers from planting the Spike, eliminate them, and defuse the Spike if planted. While building a defensive team, I recommend players to have a composition of at least two sentinels, as sentinels can stop duelists from doing quick entries. Make sure to have one duelist, an initiator, and a controller as well.

Below, I have mentioned some defensive compositions:

  1. Anchor and Hold: Have a sturdy anchor like Brimstone, alongside controllers such as Viper or Omen, to control the site’s vision. Combine with Sentinels like Cypher to gather intel and lock down the site.
  2. Counter-Attack: Use duelists like Jett or Phoenix to play aggressively and catch attackers off-guard. Pair them with Initiators like Sova or Killjoy for area control.
  3. Utility Denial: Opt for agents like Sage, Killjoy, and Viper to deny enemy advances with barriers, traps, and smokes. Pair with a Sentinel for added site control.

Best Team Comps For Each Map

There are currently nine maps in Valorant. Each map has its own unique characteristic features. Players need to keep in mind these characteristics in order to design an effective team comp.


Best Ascent Comp

For Ascent, I devise players to use the following agents:

  • Jett
  • KAY/O
  • Sova
  • Omen
  • Killjoy
  • Easy to get info with Sova and KAY/O
  • Easily site control with Omen
  • Jett can get easy site entries
  • Good attacking comp
  • Only one sentinel
  • Lacks defensive capabilities


Best Bind Comp

When It comes to bind, me and my team always run the following comp:

  • Raze
  • Skye
  • Viper
  • Brimstone
  • Chamber or Cypher
  • Easy site entries with Skye and Raze
  • Good attacking comp because of two controllers
  • Easy site control
  • Lacks info
  • Only one initiator
  • Cypher’s trapwire can be easily destroyed by enemy utility


Best Breeze Comp

I recommend playing the following comp on Breeze due to its gigantic size:

  • Jett or Neon
  • Sova
  • Viper
  • Chamber
  • Cypher
  • Quick rotations possible
  • Provides good map info
  • Very good defensive comp
  • Lacks good attacking capabilities 
  • Less map control due to one controller


Best Fracture Comp

I use the following team composition on fracture as it is the meta and used by many professional teams:

  • Neon
  • Raze
  • Breach
  • Brimstone
  • Chamber

Facture is currently not a part of the current map rotations, so this section of the guide will be updated as Fracture is back in the map queue.


Best Haven Comp

As per the meta, for Haven, use the following agent comp:

  • Jett
  • Sova or Fade
  • Omen
  • Cypher
  • Sage or Breach
  • Easy site execution using breach
  • Provides good site control
  • Aggression based comp
  • Lacks post-plant utility
  • Enemies can flank easily if Cypher is dead
  • Lacks info-gathering agents


Best Icebox Comp

For Icebox, I recommend using the following agent composition:

  • Jett
  • Breach
  • Viper
  • Killjoy
  • Chamber or sage

Icebox is currently not a part of the current map rotations. So, I will update this section of the guide once Icebox is back in the map queue.


Best Lotus Comp

For Lotus, use the following meta:

  • Jett or Raze
  • Breach
  • Fade
  • Omen or Astra
  • Killjoy
  • Provides good Raze and Breach combos
  • Defense sided comp
  • Flexible and can adapt to different situations
  • Less attacking power
  • Less map control
  • Passive and hard to get entries


Best Pearl Comp

Use the following comp on Pearl:

  • Phoenix
  • Sova
  • KAY/O
  • Brimstone or Astra or Viper
  • Cypher or Sage

Pearl is currently not a part of the current map rotations. So, I will update this section of the guide once it is back in the map queue.


Best Split Comp

For Split, I recommend using the following agent composition:

  • Raze
  • Breach or Skye
  • Omen
  • Killjoy
  • Cypher or Sage
  • Easy entry denial using Cypher and KJ
  • Can easily block site entrances
  • Extra Defensive comp
  • Lacks info agents
  • Lacks mid control
  • Less attacking power

My Take On The Best Comps Valorant

As a player who has been playing Valorant for years, I devise players to take the agent compositions seriously. At lower lobbies, the team compositions might not matter that much as the mechanical skills are not high, and one with good mechanical skills can easily climb up the ranks. However, in higher lobbies, team composition matters a lot.

With the information provided above, My guide on the Best Team Comps Valorant comes to an end. This guide contains tips along with agent composition on each map that players can use to climb up the ranks quickly. Now that you have visited our site, make sure to out our review on Valorant by Moiz Banoori.

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Daniyal is a Guides Writer and Editor at eXputer with over one year of experience in content writing. He's had a passion for tech and gaming for more than 15 years. Ever since his first console, the PS2, he's constantly branching off to different genres, and his go-to at the moment is the Souls experience pioneered by FromSoftware, which is evident by his 1,500+ hours of game time on Elden Ring. You can learn some more about Daniyal's gaming journey on his Steam & Xbox profiles.

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